I also liked how people even knew that what they were eating was bad for them but they still ate their anyways. They knew that McDonalds has all these chemicals in there but now we know the reason why they do it. They eat there because it's cheap. They don't eat their because the food tastes really good or it's addicting. That video segment makes me harbor less negative feelings towards people who eat at McDonalds. They aren't mindless sheep. They're just doing it because they have no real alternatives to McDonalds. That one guy made a really good point though in that Burger King does the same thing and that people shouldn't only be going after McDonalds. I really loved that whole segment as well.
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I agree. I noticed that too! It was kind of scary to actually see some people just say they believed in global warming just because Al Gore said so, or just because it was pop culture and cool and what not. There were people who had justifications for it... but like it's amazing how easy it is to tell when someone is uninformed about an issue or not.
I really love the show! Keep it up! I can't wait for the next issue. It's so much fun actually seeing what the average person thinks about these things.
I just have one criticism: try to be less confrontational. I'd agree with people that you should try to ask people about what they think about at first... and then maybe be confrontational after they've said something and you know what they think. That's just my $.02.
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